Holiday Extravaganza hosts student art

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Kelly Kryspin won best in show for this acrylic.
Kelly Kryspin won best in show for this acrylic.
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As part of the Flagler Auditorium’s Holiday Extravaganza, students from Flagler Palm Coast High School got a chance to hang their art in the black box theater Dec. 15, for a competition.

An awards presentation took place Sunday, Dec. 18.

“The show is just a chance to show off the wonderful artwork the kids have been working on,” said Ed Beckett, graphic design/photography instructor at FPC. “We don’t get too many chances to showcase our kids’ stuff, so we kind of made our own opportunity.”

The Holiday Extravaganza is a conglomeration of several forms of art, from band to chorus, dance, theater and visual arts. A two-week event, it raised about $12,000 in its inaugural year, to benefit the school’s fine arts department, as well send four students to summer art camps and fund a scholarship.

This year, an arts grant program will be started with the proceeds.

Best in Show
Kelly Kryspin

1st Place: Haley Martin
2nd Place: Brandon Matzke
3rd Place: Stephanie Perosa

1st Place: Kelly Kryspin
2nd Place: Allison Adams
3rd Place: Paige Thomas

Graphic Design
1st Place: Emily Harezlak
2nd Place: Steven Williams
3rd Place: Haley Lademann

1st Place: Stephanie Farsiyants
2nd Place: Kadie Lachiewicz
3rd Place: Anastasia Quintana


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